Aida Levonian-Tonoyan's New Book "Sweet Childhood" is a Touching and Entertaining Selection of Children's Poetry Sure to Delight and Entertain.

Aida Levonian-Tonoyan, born in Yerevan, a programmer in the aerospace industry with degrees in mathematics and computer science, has completed her book “Sweet Childhood”:  a beautiful and poignant collection of poetry for children of all ages.

Aida speaks English, Armenian, and Russian and she says, “I wrote these poems in all three languages to reach as many children as possible.”

Published by Fulton Books, Aida Levonian-Tonoyan’s book is a collection of poetry that was inspired by the author’s three sons.  She hopes the children will like her poems and, for a short period of time, will stay away from today’s electronic games. Aida believes that love for books and literature should be developed in children at a young age. When the parent reads to a child and analyzes the material, the child learns to think and express his or her mind. Later, those children become more social, confident, and courageous.

The author did not create these poems as beautiful art pieces. She intended to awaken in children feelings of love and respect toward their family members, nature, pets, and teach them something with each poem. Also, these poems help the parents, grandparents, or teachers enrich the children’s knowledge by giving additional information about the subject and spend quality time with them.

Readers who wish to experience this inspired and provoking work can purchase “Sweet Childhood” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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